Apple Watch Series 4
This watch is available for preorder in India and will go on sale from 19 October 2019 The price begins at 40,900Apple Watch Series 4 was the cynosure at the iPhone event which was held in the month of September The reviewers are going gaga over this reengineered and redesigned version thoroughly Some reviewers assert that this is the best ever made smartwatch
Things to know before you order the Apple Watch Series 4 in India
This watch is available for pre-order in India and will go on sale from 19 October 2019. The price begins at 40,900.
Apple Watch Series 4 was the cynosure at the iPhone event which was held in the month of September. The reviewers are going gaga over this re-engineered and redesigned version thoroughly. Some reviewers assert that this is the best ever made smartwatch.
This series has got the largest screen ever on an Apple Watch. The width is also reduced which makes it look thinner. This series comes preinstalled with Watch OS 5 also has ECG (electrocardiogram) an electrical heart rate sensor which can be used with the new ECG app that will be available by the end of this year.
40mm Aluminium GPS is priced at 40900
44mm Aluminium GPS is priced at 43,900
40 mm GPS + Cellular cost at 49,900
44 mm GPS + Cellular cost at 42,900
40 mm Stainless steel version starts at 67,900
44 mm stainless steel version starts at 71,900
40 mm stainless steel model (Milanese loop band) 76,900
44 mm stainless steel model (Milanese loop band) 80,900
The Apple claims double speed and all-day battery life of the series 4 as it is powered by Apple’s next-generation S4 chip with a custom 64-bit dual-core processor. The Series 4 back is compiled of sapphire crystal and black ceramic, which can help with connectivity.
The biggest highlight, however, is that users can now take an ECG reading right from the wrist using the new ECG app, which takes advantage of the electrodes built into the Digital Crown and new electrical heart rate sensor in the back.
Fall detection makes use of a next-generation accelerometer and gyroscope, which measures up to 32 g-forces, along with custom algorithms to recognize whenever hard falls occur. By analyzing wrist trajectory and impact acceleration, Apple Watch sends the user an alert after a fall, which can be either dismissed or used to call an emergency service.